fourth industrial revolution
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In today’s episode, we speak with Agnieszka Wilk, the CEO of Decorilla, a company using technology to democratize top-quality interior design services.
In the episode we cover:
How the company began after Agnieszka moved to South Korea, hoping to continue her career in finance, but instead faced discrimination as a woman and a foreigner.
How she used a company name generator website to create the name, and why she fell in love with the idea of Decorilla as the name of her company.
How the company uses 3D & VR realistic design concepts and highlights what technology it plans to incorporate moving forward, in order to expand its services.
Find out more about Agnieszka Wilk here (LinkedIn) –
Find out more about Decorilla (website) –
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